Four years have passed since Time to Talk started in 2016 – and what a long way we have come! What started in 2016 as a bold idea of a global consultation of working children has become so much more than that.
In the past four years, we have learned one lesson over and over again: Children’s work is a complex and multifaceted phenomenon. Its impacts and consequences differ according to the type of work children do,
C20 panel discusion: «Let Our Voices Be Heard: Working Children’s Perspective on Local and Global Matters»
Time to Talk! will host a panel discussion during the virtual Civil Society Summit 2020. Four Children Advisory Comittee delegates from Kenya and Bangladesh will share there experience and suggestions in a session called «Let our voices be heard: Working children perspectives on local and global matters”.
The messages of the Children Advisory Comittee members at AMURT Lebanon are spread all over Chouf district in Lebanon on billboards.
Key highlights from exploratory research on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the lives of Working Children and their Families